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 05-07 March 2019 / ExCeL, London

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The future of Energy

If you are involved in designing, specifying, supplying or installing energy services and products, the Energy Hub is the place for you to learn about the latest industry initiatives, innovations and policies. Meet a host of exhibitors including Wagner Renewables, Silver EMS, Ochsner, Vaillant, and Intatec who will be showcasing a wealth of innovation in this Hub.

The Government has stated its intention to accelerate clean energy innovation and, by 2030, to halve the energy costs of new buildings and retrofits. The Energy Hub is dedicated to supporting visitors in embracing this challenge while maximising the benefits and opportunities on offer.

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Engergiesprong UK

Most of the Future’s homes are already here, so retrofit is essential. Energiesprong is the Dutch approach that is delivering thousands of net zero energy homes per year, subsidy free. UK landlords are now turning to the Energiesprong approach to deliver desirable, warm, affordable homes fit for the future. The Energiesprong feature will showcase the solutions with the UK team, pioneering landlords and solution providers on hand. Visit to find out how whole house, fabric first, off-site, guaranteed performance and finance from savings come together to deliver net zero energy homes – retrofit and new build.

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Association for Decentralised Energy pavilion and seminars

Association for Decentralised Energy pavilion and seminars

The Association for Decentralised (ADE) energy hub brings together everyone engaged in designing, specifying, supplying and installing decentralised energy services.

The decentralised energy market is growing rapidly as energy generation and supply moves away from the traditional centralised approach. Low carbon and efficient technologies such as heat networks, CHP, demand side response and energy efficiency are giving users more choice and control over how they meet their energy needs and manage their costs.

Find out more by visiting stand B216.

District Heating Hub by Denmark

District Heating Hub by Denmark

District heating is a cornerstone in Denmark’s green and efficient energy system. Not only does district heating ensure that Denmark has a sound and reliable heating supply but also greatly supports Denmark in maintaining a sustainable energy sector and fulfilling the long-term energy policy targets. The District Heating Pavilion by Denmark is part of the Energy Hub at Futurebuild. Visit stand C214 to learn how district heating ownership and regulation works in Denmark, how new technology can drive down cost, emissions and temperatures.
Heat Networks - Sustainability by Sweden

Heat Networks - Sustainability by Sweden

With more than 50% of heat in Sweden supplied by district heating, a visit to the Swedish pavilion, powered by Heat Networks – Sustainability by Sweden, will give you an insight into over 50 years of experience in this industry. Heat Networks - Sustainability by Sweden is a joint Swedish government and industry-led initiative founded in 2016 to enable best practice to be shared with businesses in the UK. Compromising 40 leading Swedish suppliers of heat networks technologies and services, the initiative is supported by the Swedish Energy Agency, Business Sweden and Swedish industry associations to advise businesses on their future heating needs. Visit stand C221 to find out more.

2019 Energy Hub exhibitors include

Energy Seminar Programme in partnership with the ADE

The government’s Grand Challenge mission on clean growth states the intention to halve the energy use of new homes/buildings, as well as the costs of retrofitting to a similar standard to new builds, by 2030. This challenge, supported by millions of pounds of funding, seeks to accelerate clean energy innovation and decarbonisation of energy and heat, and improve energy efficiency.

The Energy Hub will shine a light on the key priorities and interconnections between energy generation, demand management, storage, energy reduction in buildings, decarbonisation of heat and the delivery of new smart, local and flexible energy systems, as well as low carbon technologies.

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Energy

In partnership with:

ADE

    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    Policies, initiatives and progress are scrutinised in this session with the Good Homes Alliance
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    Learn about the future of heat in this session with the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE)
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    Discover how monitoring with Big Data can be applied to help achieve better building performance
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    What are the radical approaches and technologies for deep retrofit at scale? This session explains
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    How pioneering community energy schemes like Nottingham Trent Basin are making change happen
    Panel

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Energy

In partnership with:

ADE

    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    Explore state of the art innovation in smart meters and their role in the drive for smarter homes
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    This session will focus on how theoretical calculations are of diminishing relevance as we move towa ...
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    The housing and community projects that could revolutionise consumers’ relationship with energy
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    Tour citywide energy solutions in this session with the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE)
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    Find out about the practical considerations and opportunities of a flexible energy strategy
    Panel

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Energy

In partnership with:

ADE

    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    Hear about new ways to unlock investment in this Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) session
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    How major cities like London are cutting their carbon footprint and setting their sights on net zero.
    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre

    The UK’s carbon reduction strategy puts us on a pathway to zero carbon heat by 2050. This will lead to a seismic transformation in the energy systems both at the grid and end-user level. Here we discuss the pathway to decarbonisation and the practical considerations for end-users.

    Panel
    • Energy
    Energy Hub theatre
    Gaze into the future of smart technology and thinking around intelligent buildings and data
    Panel

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